|When||October 20, 2020 @ 9:00 am - October 20, 2020 2:00 pm|
Corporate governance in Islamic finance necessitates Islamic financial institutions abiding by a set of rules called the Islamic law or Shari'a. Islamic finance lacks economies of scale and Islamic financial institutions still operate in an environment without adequate infrastructure, and without access to central bank liquidity and financial safety nets routinely available to conventional banks. In addition, the legal and regulatory environment often fails to take into account the special requirements of Islamic finance. At the same time, boards are facing spiraling complexity in Islamic finance. Innovation often means that multiple Shari’a compliant contracts are layered to simulator features available in conventional financing. This process sometimes involves third parties so that the resulting complexity elevates the uncertainties related to credit, market, operational, and legal risks. The event will cover the recent regulatory developments in the area of Islamic Finance and Corporate Governance. Since better Corporate Governance Practices will provide not only the best compliant environment but also the impetus for more product enhancement and development and is the enabler for a more dynamic but refined Islamic financial products, services and regulations.
|Where||Dubai DIFC - Conference Center UAE|
|Contact||Radwa Khalifa +971 4 362 2551 firstname.lastname@example.org|
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